Tuesday, July 7th 2020

Antec Announces Earthwatts Gold PRO White 750W Model

Antec Inc., leading provider of high-performance computer components and accessories for the gaming, PC upgrade and Do-It-Yourself market, broadens its Earthwatts Gold Pro series with a 750 model in white design. The 80 PLUS GOLD rating and hybrid modular cabling make Earthwatts Gold Pro a great and affordable choice to Antec's range of industry-leading power supplies. This new version is now commercially available from 104,54 € (suggested retail price including VAT).

Antec's EarthWatts GOLD PRO is one of the most efficient PSU series. This PSU line achieves up to 92 per cent efficiency and gives you savings unheard of from other power supplies. By using the EarthWatts GOLD PRO, you can reduce your electricity bill up to 20 per cent. Full LLC bridging, provides ultra-clean power delivery that keeps critical computer components safe. Four PCI Express port connectors enable for multi-GPU support while the ErP Lot 6: 2013 ensures compliance to the toughest energy standards available.
A seven-year Antec Quality warranty, hybrid modular cabling, a whisper-quiet 120 mm fan controlled by Antec's renowned Thermal Manager and CircuitShield Industrial Grade protection make EarthWatts GOLD PRO one of the best choices available.
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5 Comments on Antec Announces Earthwatts Gold PRO White 750W Model

#1
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
I wonder who the OEM will be.... Antec havent made their own PSUs for a looooooooooong time afaik.
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Jism
FreedomEclipse
I wonder who the OEM will be.... Antec havent made their own PSUs for a looooooooooong time afaik.
Dont matter. The quality of Antec is just 10/10.

In my PC there's still a 750W Truepower model running that is at least 7 years old. And it has taken a beating with a OC'ed 8320 + 6x HDD's and even 3x 270's in Crossfire / 2x 580's.
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#3
Spartoz
Jism
Dont matter. The quality of Antec is just 10/10.

In my PC there's still a 750W Truepower model running that is at least 7 years old. And it has taken a beating with a OC'ed 8320 + 6x HDD's and even 3x 270's in Crossfire / 2x 580's.
Same here, I have a TruePower 750W since 2011 running nearly 24/7 in a cheapo case, the only thing that needed a little fix is the fan running dry on the bearings very recently
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#4
Jism
Yep. They are robust and the quality of hardware is pretty much A grade.
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#5
-The_Mask-
FreedomEclipse
I wonder who the OEM will be.... Antec havent made their own PSUs for a looooooooooong time afaik.
They never ever have made any power supply, or other hardware part afaik.

This is just your standard Seasonic Focus rebrand.
Jism
Dont matter. The quality of Antec is just 10/10.
Antec has sold everything, 10 years ago they had the highest quality PSU available with their Signature series. But they also had really bad ones like TruePower and SmartPower.
In my PC there's still a 750W Truepower model running that is at least 7 years old. And it has taken a beating with a OC'ed 8320 + 6x HDD's and even 3x 270's in Crossfire / 2x 580's.
That's most likely a TruePower New, it was a good series for a good price back then.

Nowadays Antec doesn't have much interesting stuff, because all the people with PSU knowledge are gone.
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